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- ganjaplant Registered User
- Lyndon PM for ranked duo (LoL)
- Kurdt Kobain sippin on pennyroyal
- BeeJee Creator, Organwick
- What are Kush seeds?
- What makes a Kush a Kush?
- What is Kush made of?
- Is all kush seedless – The #1 Marijuana Community Online
- Kush Cannabis Seeds for Sale SeedSupreme
- Is it bad to find seeds in your weed?
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- Jan 28, 2010
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well where do kush seeds come from then? do you just trade in your cow for some magic beans? lol
- Oct 5, 2009
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even high quality cannabis can have a seed or two occasionally.
good tree= no seeds but it happens rarely
i see it in mid but dank i seen no seeds but read about ppl on here findin them and growin them
- Oct 8, 2009
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my first 3 years of smoking didnt find a single seed.
bought an eighth of purple kush one day had 3 seeds started them all off all were females i was like OMG SEXY.
1 died (lol)
and 2 produced fine sexy nuggets.
seeds depend on whether the plant was polinated and when it was polinated.
Okay thanks guys i just didnt know if i was ripped off cause i got some orange kush and there were a few seeds
What are Kush seeds?
Kush seeds develop into cannabis plants that deliver an extremely relaxing high for the body and mind. Thanks to Kush strains’ rugged origins, they’re used to growing in harsh terrains around the globe. That means when it comes to colder climates, your plants are more resistant to harsher growing conditions.
What makes a Kush a Kush?
Having strong Kush genetics usually means a strain will have a few of the following attributes: Appearance: Kush strains may exhibit deep green colas and leaves with hints of purple. Pistils (hairs) can look orange, bronze, or rust colored. Buds are dense, chunky, and knotted, coming from squat, thick plants
What is Kush made of?
Kush is not marijuana, but a mixture of leafy plant materials sprayed with a chemical compound. The mixture is then stirred and allowed to dry before being packaged for sale. “Hot” areas can be created in the process, with more intense concentrations of the chemicals that can cause overdose or even death
Is all kush seedless – The #1 Marijuana Community Online
Is all kush seedless Joined: Jul 6, 2010 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 10 Gold Member Joined: Jan 28, 2010 Messages: 367 Likes Received: 151 well where do kush seeds come from then? do you just trade in your cow for some magic beans? lol ganjaplant Registered User Joined: Sep 23, 2009 Messages: 339 Likes Received: 18 no, kush is just a strain of cannabis, so if it gets pollinated its still kush it just has seeds. Usually “kush” you buy doesn’t have seeds but I have had dank with seeds before so it definitely happens. Joined: Oct 5, 2009 Messages: 1,427 Likes Received: 76 even high quality cannabis can have a seed or two occasionally. good tree= no seeds but it happens rarely Lyndon PM for ranked duo (LoL) Joined: May 10, 2010 Messages: 2,101 Likes Received: 1,951 I have been smoking for almost a year, and have yet to see a marijuana seed first hand. Kurdt Kobain sippin on pennyroyal Joined: Jun 15, 2010 Messages: 796 Likes Received: 402 female plants – seedless, well technically, they have very few seeds. Good bud is almost always female, there’s more thc in the female bud… i see it in mid but dank i seen no seeds but read about ppl on here findin them and growin them Joined: Oct 8, 2009 Messages: 418 Likes Received: 40 my first 3 years of smoking didnt find a single seed. bought an eighth of purple kush one day had 3 seeds started them all off all were females i was like OMG SEXY. 1 died (lol) and 2 produced fine sexy nuggets. seeds depend on whether the plant was polinated and when it was polinated. BeeJee Creator, Organwick Joined: May 9, 2010 Messages: 558 Likes Received: 180 If you smoked a male plant it wouldn’t get you high. So if you’re grower has a brain your bud will be female, or could be a little hermie. Joined: Jul 6, 2010 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 10 Okay thanks guys i just didnt know if i was ripped off cause i got some orange kush and there were a few seeds
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Kush Cannabis Seeds for Sale │SeedSupremeWhat are Kush seeds? Kush cannabis seeds originated from landrace plants primarily in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan, and North-Western India. The name derives from the Hindu Kush mountain range. Hindu Kush was brought to North America in the late 1970s and is still available today. Many breeders combined Kush seeds with other strains to create amazing hybrids that users consume for their stunning effects. Kush weed strains are typically rich in THC, while CBD levels remain low unless breeders add a high CBD strain. These seeds are resistant to mold, mildew, pests, and pathogens and produce powerful buds in medium to high yields. The terpenes identified in high concentrations in a few famous Kush strains include beta-myrcene, beta-caryophyllene, delta-limonene, alpha-humulene, linalool, and pinene. These compounds have a calming impact on the body and mind. Are Kush seeds indica or sativa? Kush seeds fall into the indica-dominant category and have been at the top of the hybrid market for decades. These seeds produce marijuana with a relaxing and calming impact after consumption. Sativa strains predominantly offer a stimulating head buzz, an energetic energy flow, and inspire creative ideas. In contrast, indicas deliver a full-body buzz and have sedative, soothing effects that may assist with relieving pain. The genetics of the different Kush cannabis seeds depends on the type of strain that breeders mixed it with. Specific genes create hybrid seeds with a certain percentage of sativa and indica characteristics, THC level, CBD content, and effects. Effects of Kush seeds The effects of these cultivars are massive and sedative. The marijuana from Kush seeds combines dazzling euphoria that delivers couch-lock effects and puts a grin on your face. Kush is also known to cause introspective contemplation. These cognitive benefits make a compelling argument for Kush cannabis strains for meditation. The green trichome-coated buds produce a powerful bliss at first, followed by a pleasurable body buzz that melts tension away. As a result, most users find the strain leaves them with a relaxed, happy feeling and often a case of body-numbing couch lock. Set time aside to consume these sedative nugs. Due to their exceptionally calming and soothing properties, marijuana from Kush seeds is perfect for smoking in the evenings. Find a comfortable place to spend a couple of hours and have snacks nearby to keep the hunger cravings at bay. Dry mouth and red eyes are possible side effects—reduce these by drinking enough water and using eye drops. Dizziness and paranoia are uncommon after smoking this strain, although they might occur in individuals with low tolerance or who overindulge. Medical use of Kush seeds Due to its indica-heavy genetics, Kush cannabis seeds deliver amazing therapeutic and healing potential. Many users report Kush strains assist in easing or eliminating pain, and their calming buzz may aid anxiety. Kush weed produces a body stone that creates couch-lock effects and enhances dopamine, resulting in a wave of tranquility. Indicas are known to have a sedative impact on users, which may help relieve symptoms of those dealing with insomnia. Some users report Kush marijuana effectively reduces feelings of nausea and vomiting while stimulating their appetite. This marijuana information isn’t advice. Before consuming any Kush strains, speak to a medical professional regarding the dosage and possible adverse effects. Growing Kush seeds indoors and outdoor Kush seeds thrive inside or outdoors, so the choice is yours. Kush marijuana seeds grow into resilient plants that can withstand a broad range of conditions, even those with colder temperatures and little water. These indica-dominant seeds produce compact, bushy plants that rarely get taller than 3 feet, making them suitable for cultivating inside. Kush weed seeds are easy to grow in warm and dry sunny climates and thrive with additional nutrients and care that add to overall development. Most gardeners choose to raise Kush seeds indoors as there’s control over the conditions. Maintain your plant’s temperature at optimal levels. A suitable environment ranges from 65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. During the vegetative period, ensure humidity levels are under 55%. When your crop is flowering, reduce…
Is it bad to find seeds in your weed?
Is it bad to find seeds in your weed? | Grow Weed Easyby Nebula HazeWhat does it mean to find seeds in your marijuana buds? Is it something to be worried about?There’s a seed in my cannabis bud! What does this mean? Is it good or bad?Sometimes you don’t see the seeds until they fall out of your budsWhat causes seeds in buds?Seedy buds are the result of pollination. What does that mean? Cannabis buds are flowers. Like other flowers, they make seeds when pollinated. Cannabis buds get pollinated when they come into contact with cannabis pollen while the buds are forming. Seeds happen when pollen gets on the hairs (pistils) of buds as they’re forming. In other words, seeds in weed are caused by pollination.This bud is full of fat seeds because pollen got on the pistils during bud development.Pollen typically comes from the pollen sacs of a male cannabis plant. Male plants spray pollen everywhere when their flowers are mature. Sometimes female cannabis plants will produce pollen (known as herming) due to genetics or stress. Any source of pollen, whether the plant is male or female, can pollinate buds in the vicinity and cause seedy buds.If you’ve found seeds in your buds, it happened while the plant was growing. Either the grower didn’t identify and remove all the male plants before they released pollen, or a herm was involved that self-pollinated or pollinated other buds in the grow area.Does it mean the weed is bad?Seeds in your buds aren’t good or bad. They are simply the result of pollination while the buds were growing. A few seeds here and there won’t make much difference in potency, though potency may be lower if the buds are very seedy.The main problem with seedy weed is that you are getting less smokeable bud for the amount of total mass there. If buds are seedless, you get more bang for your buck. Seedless buds are known as “sinsemilla” (“sin semilla” is Spanish for “without seeds”) and are considered to be the highest quality and most potent type of weed.Seedy weed is fine to smoke, though you should remove the seeds if possible (they have no THC and will pop if you smoke them). Unless there are tons of seeds, bud potency is unlikely to be affected.Are “found” seeds good to grow?I’ve seen some growers get impressive results with bagseed (seeds you find), but results may be hit or miss. Plants can grow in odd ways and the yields or quality may not be as expected.The biggest problem is that seeds often don’t “breed true” to the buds that they came from. The resulting buds may end up nothing like the buds you found them in.That is why many growers either stick to clones (which are exactly the same as the “mother” plant) or purchase seeds of a stabilized strain from a trustworthy breeder. This ensures each of the plants will grow the way you expect, and buds more consistently have the smell, yield and potency you expect.If you’re not sure what strains to get, here are a few recommended favorites. These strains produce excellent weed and are generally easy to grow. Click the links for more information.Blueberry – top-shelf looks and smell with classic effects reminiscent of 90s buds but stronger. Easy to grow.White Widow – this version is MUCH more potent than regular White Widow. The buds tested between 24-26% THC. Don’t plan to do anything else that day ?Platinum Cookies – for those who are looking for a face melter. These buds test up to 28% THC and produce buds with quintessentially “American” looks and smell. The mental and physical effects may be too intense for most beginners.Bruce Banner FAST is a good choice for commercial growers with high THC up to 30%, big yields, and a short flowering time.Afghan Hawaiian x Laos x Jamaican is a potent Sativa hybrid with great yields and uplifting unique mental effectsWedding Cake Autoflower is an autoflowering strain that produces photoperiod-quality buds in about 70 days from seed to harvest.Platinum Cookies is essentially a more potent version of the popular Girl Scout Cookies strain.How can I tell if it’s a viable seed?Mature cannabis seeds are typically dark brown or…
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Why Some Weed Plants Have Seeds and Others Not | Pot Valet Sometimes you get seeds in your stash. Lots of them. Sometimes you get none. Not one. Sometimes plants produce seeds; sometimes they do not. Why? Dirty weed, or of such low quality, contains an abundance of seeds. High quality marijuana barely has any, more likely none at all. No seeds for weed delivery in Santa Barbara. No. Why do seeds lower quality? How can plants have no seeds? Is it possible? Why Seedless Buds? Seedless buds are the crème de la crème of cannabis. There is good reason for this. When plants focus energy on producing seeds, they direct less of it toward making the good stuff: Cannabinoids, which, according to the Journal of Industrial Hemp, is what you want, found in trichome glands aplenty. Cannabinoids include tetrahydrocannabinol, or psychoactive THC, and cannabidiol, or CBD, and more. Cannabis plants contain over 100 different cannabinoids, all with their own unique effects and therapeutic properties. Buds that are producing seeds are not producing many cannabinoids, but when they are not focusing on reproduction, they make more cannabinoids instead. Buds without seeds, called sinsemilla, promise the highest quality, and the highest potency. Male Cannabis Plants If you grow a crop of males only, you will have no seeds. You will not have many cannabinoids either. Males are not very useful when growing seedless buds. In fact, they are dangerous. Most people pull males out at the first sign of sexual identification, before they can pollinate any females. If you leave any males in your crop, it will pollinate every female in as large a radius as it possibly can. What is worse, a male plant does not produce many cannabinoids. They do not even make you stoned. Females are the producers, since they contain the trichome glands necessary for attracting male pollen, which is where the majority of cannabinoids are in plants. The only time males are good to have around is when you are deliberately crossing strains to make your own seeds. Female Cannabis Plants Female plants may or may not have seeds, depending on whether they catch pollen from any male plants in the area. If yes, you will have seeds. If you can prevent pollination, she will produce more trichomes instead, getting more and more pungent as it seeks pollen toward season’s end. This is what you want: Unpollinated female plants dripping with trichomes in anticipation of it. Hermaphrodites Hermaphrodites are incredibly interesting, and extremely common. The trait that turns a plant hermaphrodite is either genetic, or triggered by stress in the environment. For example, a female might turn hermaphrodite as a last resort, in an attempt to pollinate herself if still not pollinated late in the season. If this happens, seeds are inevitable. Guaranteed. Unless you remove it in time, unlikely. Some breeders force some plants to turn hermaphrodite. Experienced growers can manipulate just one branch to produce seeds without contaminating the entire crop. Most fail, however. If just one node on one plant turns hermaphrodite without you knowing about it, you will not have seedless buds. At all. This is one of the reasons why cloning is so popular a method of acquiring new plants. Achieving Sinsemilla Sinsemilla is very difficult to get right. Some people buy feminized seeds to increase their chances, despite fears that feminized plants have a higher risk of turning hermaphrodite in the first place. To get a crop of pure sinsemilla, you have to make sure no males come anywhere near your plants. None of their persistent pollen floating through the air vents. If you keep plants pollen free, seeds will not exist. Weed Delivery Santa Barbara Companies invest plenty of resources into ensuring sinsemilla buds for their clients. Technology has made this easier, and for those that do get seeds, you can always…
What are Cannabis Seeds? Marijuana Seed Definition
Cannabis seeds Cannabis seeds are ready to plant and grow once they successfully germinate or once the root has broken through the protective outer shell of the seed. Cannabis seeds are available in regular, feminized, and auto-flowering forms. Home growers of cannabis often choose feminized seeds to ensure that the adult plant will be a flowering female. Cannabis seeds are brown and about the size of a peppercorn.Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps More about marijuana seeds As with all angiosperms, or flowering plants, cannabis produces seeds that contain all of the genetic information needed for growth and reproduction. When a seed is planted, the translation of this genetic material dictates each unique physical characteristic the mature plant will have. If these are desirable traits, like potency, smell, vigor, etc., a breeder can select for these through a long process of genetic stabilization through generations, which eventually leads to the creation of a cultivar, or strain. Anatomy of a cannabis seed Cannabis seeds are about the size of a peppercorn, ovular in form, and pointed on each end with a ridge that transverses longitudinally on only one side from tip to tip. It is this ridge that opens up during germination. The opposite side is rounded. The body of the seed is brown, but underdeveloped and unfertilized seeds can have an off-white color and are typically smaller in size. Photo by: Illustration by Weedmaps The body of a marijuana seed is spotted or striped, most commonly with light brown specks, but some varieties of cannabis can have red or yellow markings. Plant embryos are contained within seeds and house all cells that will eventually differentiate into leaves, roots, and stems. Embryos, found within the reproductive organs, are protected by an outer envelope called the pericarp. Crucial components of the plant embryo are the cotyledons, the first leaves to appear from the seed, and the radicle, which develops into the primary root. Once the seed germinates and begins its growth into a mature plant, special structures called root caps protect the growing tips of the plant. Seedless cannabis Today’s commercially cultivated cannabis does not contain seeds. The cultivation practices that have made this widespread are rooted in fundamental biological concepts. Cannabis is a dioecious plant, meaning it has separate male and female organisms, just like humans. If a female plant matures in the presence of a male plant, pollen from the male will fertilize the female, and its bracts will contain seeds at the end of the flowering cycle. Seedless cannabis is commonplace even when it originates from mass-produced outdoor cultivation, but not too long ago, this was not the case. Around the middle of the 20th century, growers discovered that culling male plants as soon as they display their sexed traits would result in a crop containing exclusively unfertilized females, yielding cannabis flowers higher in THC that don’t require the removal of seeds before smoking. This seedless cannabis was from then on dubbed sinsemilla, which translates to “without seed” in Spanish. It is also commonly spelled sensimilla. How cannabis seeds are produced Commercial growers who produce cannabis flower desire seedless plants but there are also cultivators interested in selling seed to the growing home-cultivation market. Cannabis seed production begins with the pollen grain of a male plant. From this grain, a pollen tube grows, producing male generative cells that disperse in the form of pollen. The migration of pollen into a female plant ovule triggers pistils to fall off and seed production to begin. The bracts, which contain the ovule, will then fill with seeds. Since seeded plants are a natural outcome of pollen fertilizing eggs, producing cannabis seeds is a matter of letting nature take its course. What’s the difference between feminized, regular,…